URA F.C Group Stage Matches:

  • First Game: URA F.C 3-1 JKU F.C
  • Second Game: Simba S.C 1-0 URA F.C
  • Third Game: URA F.C 1-0 Jamhuri F.C

Semi-finals: Sunday, 10th January 2016

  • Simba S.C Vs. Mutibwa Sugar F.C – 4:15 p.m
  • URA F.C Vs. Yanga F.C – 8:15 p.m

Uganda’s representatives at the 2016 Mapinduzi peace cup, URA F.C seek to play in the finals of this tournament after overcoming the Yanga Africans in the semi finals of the annual clubs’ tourney.

 URA F.C qualified to play in the semi-finals after winning two games and losing another.

Godfrey Villa Oromchan scored a double in the tax collectors’ 3-1 victory over JKU.

Oscar Agaba had opened the scoring on 12 minutes for team URA F.C.

In the second match, URA lost to Tanzanian giants Simba Sports Club.

For their third match, Saidi Kyeyune scored the lone goal for URA F.C against Jamhuri on Friday evening to secure their second victory of the campaign.

Key actors:

URA F.C looks to the experience of right back, Simeon Massa, goalie Brian Bwete, midfielders Oscar Agaba and Saidi Kyeyune and the robust finishes of Villa Oromchan and Ronald Kigongo for inspiration.

Simba will take on Mutibwa Sugar F.C in the other semi-final.

URA F.C’ s probable line up:

Brian Bwete (G.K), Simeon Massa, Allan Munaaba, Jimmy Kulaba, Agaba Oscar, Samuel Senkoomi, Saidi Kyeyune, Peter Lwasa, Oromchan Villa, Shafik Kagimu and Elkanah Nkugwa.


Sulait Luyima, Samuel Sekitto, Deo Othieno, Derrick Tekkwo, Ronald Kigongo, Noah Semakula, Bob Kasozi and Julius Ntambi

David Isabirye is a senior staff writer for Kawowo Sports where he covers most of the major events.

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